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Newsweek - 11 Jan 2015 'Charlie Hebdo' Cover to Show Muhammad Saying ' Je Suis Charlie'
A preview of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo's next magazine cover has been released, featuring a cartoon depiction of the Prophet Muhammad holding a placard reading " Je Suis Charlie" with the heading "Tout est pardonne"—all is forgiven.
FRANCE 24 English - 07 Jan 2019 Four years after Charlie Hebdo attacks, satirists bemoan the loss of reason
As France marks four years on Monday since the attacks on Charlie Hebdo that killed 11 journalists and a policeman, the satirical weekly says intolerance and ...
Los Angeles Times - 14 Jan 2015 ' Je suis Charlie' and the people who are not Charlie
On the streets of Paris and at the red carpet at the Golden Globes, and across the electronic boulevards of social media that crisscross the world, the words “Je ...
CNN - 09 Jan 2015 #JeSuisCharlie - Solidarity on social media for press freedom, terror victims
Social media users are demonstrating solidarity with satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo, where 12 people were killed in a terror attack.
The Atlantic - 30 Jan 2015 What Je Suis Charlie Has Become
"A newspaper can't insult a segment of the population and be the symbol of France," one Muslim leader says.
Spiked - 07 Jan 2019 The betrayal of Charlie Hebdo
Four years after the massacre, the West continues to lose faith in freedom. The betrayal of Charlie Hebdo. Elan Journo. 7th January 2019.
New York Times - 28 Feb 2016 From ‘Je Suis Charlie’ to Attacks on Free Speech
After the murderous attack on the offices of the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo in January 2015, “Je suis Charlie” became a rallying cry in France and ...
Daily Beast - 19 Sep 2015 'Je Suis Charlie': Charlie Hebdo Survivors Tell All
The documentary 'Je suis Charlie' features survivors recounting the harrowing details of the Charlie Hebdo massacre. The filmmakers open up about the moving ...
New York Times - 08 Jan 2015 Alongside ‘Je Suis Charlie,’ Slain Officer Inspires His Own Social Media Refrain
Along with “I Am Charlie,” protesters adopted a slogan to pay tribute to Ahmed Merabet, the officer killed outside the Charlie Hebdo office, whose parents were ...
The Guardian - 12 Jan 2015 Je suis Charlie: in this great gathering the people have reclaimed the streets
Suzanne Moore: First thoughts: Sunday's marches in France reaffirmed that difference creates strength, and that our common enemy is the tyranny of dogma.
Reuters - 05 Jan 2016 A year after 'Je suis Charlie', a divided France struggles
PARIS (Reuters) - One year on, an anxious, fragmented France is paying tribute to the victims of the killings at Charlie Hebdo magazine, with old divisions made ...
The Independent - 07 Jan 2016 Charlie Hebdo attack survivor says 'Je suis Charlie' slogan has been 'misused' in year since atrocity
One of the cartoonists who survived the Charlie Hebdo massacre has said the slogan that united the world in the aftermath of the atrocity has been “misused”.
Spectator.co.uk - 11 Aug 2018 What happened to Je Suis Charlie, Prime Minister?
On January 11 2015, I was one of two million people who marched slowly and silently through Paris to honour the memory of the people slaughtered days ...
FRANCE 24 English - 04 Jan 2018 Charlie Hebdo's neighbours debate free speech three years after attack
As France commemorates the third anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attack, the residents of the Parisian neighbourhood where the shootings took place have ...
Reason - 07 Jan 2015 'Je suis Charlie'? No, You're Not, or Else You Might Be Dead
One of the spontaneous social-media reactions to the Charlie Hebdo massacre today was the Twitter hashtag #JeSuisCharlie ("I am Charlie"). It's an admirable ...
Hollywood Reporter - 12 Sep 2015 'Je suis Charlie' ('L'Humour a mort'): TIFF Review
Daniel and Emmanuel Leconte co-directed this look at the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
CNN - 11 Jan 2015 'Je suis Charlie,' at least for now
The rallies in support of free speech in Paris in response to the terror attack have to be followed up with action.
Washington Post - 09 Jan 2015 The two French meanings of 'Je suis Charlie'
Prof. Geoffrey Pullum (Language Log) points out: The inspiration [for the Je suis Charlie slogan], obviously, is the famous “I'm Spartacus” scene in Stanley ...
Foreign Policy - 19 Jan 2015 Meet the Man Who Put the 'Je Suis' in the 'Je Suis Charlie'
Joachim Roncin, the art director of the Paris magazine Stylist, was attending an editorial meeting at his office when two masked gunmen attacked the newsroom ...
VICE News - 14 Jan 2015 'Je Suis Charlie' and 'Je Ne Suis Pas Charlie' Are Both the Wrong Response to the Paris Massacre
The slogan that arose in response to the Paris massacre — and the response to the slogan — serves neither the victims nor the discourse around free speech ...